The Disney Dream, or the third ship in the Disney fleet, has 14 decks, measures 1,115 feet in length and has a beam of 125 feet at its widest point. The ship offers 1,250 staterooms that are decorated in early 20th century fashion along with the rest of the vessel.
The Disney Dream's decks are covered with lavish murals, light fixtures and furnishings, reminiscent of the 1930s when cruising was a glamorous adventure. Original oil paintings, wood works and statues are found throughout the ship. The latter includes a bronze statue of Admiral Donald, designed by the Disney Imagineers, found in the main lobby.
The 1930s theme continues into the lounges and restaurants, especially in The District, an adult-only entertainment area with five sophisticated nightclubs and lounges. The pool area, on Deck 11, has three pools: one for adults only, one for families and a kiddie pool. The pool deck is suitably decked out in bold, fun colors.
Dining options vary from the elegant Enchanted Garden, decorated in pastels and white fairly lights, to the Animator's Palate, where the chairs are fashioned after Mickey Mouse's red pants. The ultimate family dining experience is at the Royal Palace, complete with marble entryway and a main dining room that takes after the ballroom scene in "Cinderella." For adults, the exclusive Remy restaurant, located on Deck 12, offers dining with a panoramic ocean view.